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Friday, July 20, 2012


Virginia Man Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison for Acting as Unregistered Agent for Syrian Government
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 11:01 AM July 20, 2012

$19 Million Stolen Identity Refund Fraud Conspiracy Charged in Alaska
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 10:06 AM July 20, 2012

Mohamad Anas Haitham Soueid, 48, a resident of Leesburg, Va., was sentenced today to 18 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for collecting video and audio recordings and other information about individuals in the United States and Syria who were protesting the government of Syria and to providing these materials to Syrian intelligence agencies in order to silence, intimidate and potentially harm the protestors.

A grand jury sitting in Anchorage, Ala., returned a 90-count superseding indictment yesterday against 11 defendants. The superseding indictment included a conspiracy charge to defraud the United States involving a scheme to use stolen Puerto Rican identities to file tax returns and obtain fraudulent income tax refunds.

Former Financial Services Executive Indicted for His Participation in a Far-Reaching Conspiracy and Scheme to Defraud Involving Investment Contracts for the Proceeds of Municipal Bonds
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 12:36 PM July 20, 2012

Acting Director of the Office on Violence Against Women Bea Hanson Speaks at the National Lieutenant Governors Association Annual Meeting
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 1:23 PM July 20, 2012

Former Employee of Nursing Home Company Operating in North Carolina and Virginia Sentenced to Serve 63 Months in Prison for Kickback Schemes and Tax Evasion
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 9:30 AM July 20, 2012

A former financial services executive was indicted yesterday for his participation in a far-reaching conspiracy and scheme to defraud related to bidding for contracts for the investment of municipal bond proceeds and other municipal finance contracts.

FBI’s Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending July 20, 2012
fbi (Current)
Submitted at 6:00 AM July 20, 2012

"Your role in the executive and legislative branches is unique, and you can use that position to engage with your states and encourage innovative, non-traditional partnerships across government and between local units of government and non-governmental organizations. These partnerships can create dynamic solutions to challenges we see across the country every day," said Acting Director Hanson.

The former director of corporate maintenance and renovations at Medical Facilities of America Inc. (MFA) was today sentenced to serve 63 months in prison for accepting kickbacks from contractors and evading federal income taxes.

— Washington, D.C.

Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Transportation of Child Pornography
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 3:23 PM July 20, 2012

Starr County, Texas, Sheriff’s Deputy Arrested and Detained on Bribery, Extortion and Drug Charges
(USDOJ: Justice News)
Submitted at 3:59 PM July 20, 2012

Anthony Mangione, 51, of Parkland, Fla., pleaded guilty today to one count of transportation of child pornography.

A Deputy Sheriff for the Starr County, Texas, Sherriff’s Office has been ordered detained by a federal magistrate judge in the Southern District of Texas on charges of conspiracy, federal programs bribery, extortion and drug possession with intent to distribute.

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